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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    Yeah, YOU needed a step by step guide for this! :P

    I do....I'm sooooo faking it.

    Nah but what's interesting is to see how other people do it.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    I do....I'm sooooo faking it.

    Nah but what's interesting is to see how other people do it.
    Haha. And it is good content for the forum. Stuff like this gets you new visitors from google searches.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    Haha. And it is good content for the forum. Stuff like this gets you new visitors from google searches.
    Hey good point!

  4. #14
    That looks like a great handle

  5. #15
    It turned out great! Congrats

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    how do you get the rivets smoothed out without damaging wood? (by the way, looks great- bet you could sell 100 of those rehandled Tojiros... everyone needs one!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    how do you get the rivets smoothed out without damaging wood?
    It has never really been a concern. I do the rough shaping with a belt sander, then everything else by hand. On the flat surfaces, like the face of the handle I use a rubber backed sander that fits in your palm, if I an not using that I use variable pressure around the rivets with my fingers to get even sanding. This wood was stabilized so it is a little harder and has a larger margin of error where sanding is concerned.

  8. #18
    Great thread. As a hobbyist wood worker I've thought about giving it a go. But only on my ****** old knives...

  9. #19
    Interesting, I have a vintage Premier Cuttlery bull nose butcher knife, circa 1950's my dad aquired when he worked in the mines (from one of the kitchen cooks) as well as a big dirty matching steel. I have been contimplating doing a rehandle, but keep wondering if it best to leave it as is...
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  10. #20
    I say if it's old and worn down out of love and use, leave it. If it's old and gunky looking like that, refurb!

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